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Ida H. Howard Haywood Hancock
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Birth: 1884
Daviess County
Kentucky, USA
Death: Nov. 4, 1954
Wayne County
Michigan, USA

Ida Howard was born in the modest town of Owensboro, Kentucky. She was the youngest of (8) children born to Samuel and Fanny Howard. Her early years were colorfully interwoven with the things that made up a most beautiful character, tears, griefs and the gold of happiness. When (14) years of age, she moved to Indianapolis, Indiana, making her home with an older sister. In 1902, Ida met and became the wife of Garfield Thomas Haywood, who later became the first presiding bishop of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World. Together they had only one child, a daughter whom they named Fannie.

In 1908, she was filled with the Holy Ghost. It was during those early years, that the rich area of her influence was expanded and she was able to lend her qualities in the blue-printing of our religious era, at which time it was obvious that a great work lay ahead.

In 1939, she became the wife of Bishop Samuel N. Hancock, pastor and founder of Clinton Street Greater Bethlehem Temple and came to make her home in Detroit, Mich.

"United States Census, 1910," Ida Haywood in household of Garfield T Haywood, Indianapolis Ward 3, Marion, Indiana

name: Ida Haywood
birthplace: Kentucky
relationship to head of household: Wife
residence: Indianapolis Ward 3, Marion, Indiana
marital status: Married
race : Black
gender: Female
immigration year:
father's birthplace: Kentucky
mother's birthplace: Kentucky

Household Gender Age Birthplace
self Garfield T Haywood M 39y Indiana
wife Ida Haywood F 26y Kentucky
dau Fannie Haywood F 7y Indiana
Alonzo Smith M 49y Kentucky
Fannie Jones F y Michigan 
Family links: 
  Garfield Thomas Haywood (1880 - 1931)
  Samuel N. Hancock (1883 - 1963)
Detroit Memorial Park East
Macomb County
Michigan, USA
Created by: Rev. Dale Sims
Record added: Oct 12, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 98758531
Ida H. <i>Howard</i> Haywood Hancock
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